Best Non-Violent Mobile Games Great for Kids [Updated for 2020]
Games that any child can enjoy and parents can trust
We Reviewed Dozens Of The Best Non-Violent Mobile Games Great for Kids So You Don’t Have To. Here Are Our Top Picks.
Digital devices are powerful tools that can help educated and entertain kids when used properly. There are some high-quality games that do not introduce tons of violence, yet kids can still have a great time playing while they nurture important skills like problem solving and logical thinking.
Here are some examples of the best kids’ games that the mobile world has to offer. Best of all, parents won’t need to worry about their children getting extra doses of violence or mayhem. These games are fun for the kids without introducing objectionable content.
This game is as far from violent as they come. How about a nice relaxing round of golf? The “holes” are all on a desert, with breathtaking desert scenery and some great physics-based puzzles on each hole.
There’s no interaction with others at all (violent or otherwise), and the game is absolutely addicting. Hundreds of users have given it a whopping 4.6 rating on the App Store and 4.7 on Google Play. It costs $1.99. Give it a try!
All the world is musical in this unique combination of roller coaster and rhythm band. Ride the rails while you drum along to a wide selection of tunes. This game takes our natural propensity to tap fingers or other body parts in time to the music to a whole new level.
Keep up with the beat to earn awards and unlock whole new experiences. The app now supports multi-touch, so you can use extra fingers as you follow along. You can also play with friends or on your own. The app is free to download, and includes options for in-app purchases to get extra coins to enhance game play. Prices range from ninety-nine cents to $41.99.
What’s not to like about this wholesome game as players help Willow the Whale to make friends, collect “blubbles,” and learn new skills? There are 96 levels, so kids will be playing for a while here.
The reviews on this app come from a collection of middle-sized kids (10-12 years old) who sing its praises as a game that they started out loving as preschoolers and, though they as a group says they don’t like childish games, they still love Whale Trail and are not ashamed to admit it. That bodes well for the game’s longevity as kids grow. The app is free and offers in-app purchases. These are various game enhancements ranging from $1.99 to $19.99.
Here’s a relaxing game that involves helping a teensy robot move through various “dioramas”. There are tools to design your own ‘scapes, too. Players try to solve the puzzles and collect cards along the way.
One unique aspect about this game is that the developer asks you to try as long as you like, then pay what you feel it’s worth to you. In app purchase options to do this range from ninety-nine cents to $31.99.
It’s gotten a lot of 4 and 5-star reviews, and many reviewers talk about how they decided to pay the developer because the game is so much fun.
Kids from preschool through at least middle elementary levels will be fascinated by these logic and physics puzzles. And along the way, they will hone problem-solving skills that they will need for the rest of their lives.
Each level sets up a maze with puzzles to solve. Players who navigate well and figure things out will be rewarded with advancing to the next level. How high can they go?
The game costs $3.99. Read the full review from Best Apps for Kids right here. Remember, too, that this is the starting point. Check the App Store and Google Play for Thinkrolls 2 Thinkrolls: Space, and Thinkrolls: Kings and Queens, as well.
What could be simpler than tic tac toe? This game is deceptively simple, addictive, and nonviolent. The 3 x 3 board is ready and waiting for players to place rings wherever they wish.
The rings come in three sizes, and a multitude of colors. Put three rings in a row that have matching colors, and all three will disappear. The challenge is to place the rings correctly so that the board has empty spots to use for the next ring.
It sounds easy, but it quickly approaches impossible. The app keeps tabs on the player’s high score, so there’s always the challenge of trying to better next time. Want more information? Read the review on Best Apps for Kids right here. It’s free to download, so check it out!
The concept is simple. All you have to do is connect the matching colors of pipes. NOT! The pipes break if they cross or overlap. The goal is to cover the entire board, and it’s not easy. There are over 2,000 levels available for free, plus a daily puzzle. The app also offers several levels of difficulty and timed or untimed modes, so you can be as competitive as you wish.
The app is free with in-app purchase options ranging from ninety-nine cents to $1.99 for game enhancements and extra packs of puzzles including a kids pack. There is also an option for $4.99 to unlock everything and remove the advertisements.
This award-winning game is one of those that you’ll need to see and try to fully understand its scope (or even its nature!). It is based on Goo Balls, who live in a world all their own, and can be used to build a huge array of structures and devices.
The game costs $4.99 and offers an almost unlimited set of puzzles and activities, so it will keep users engaged for a long, long time. Play solo, or participate in the massive online game and take your place on the leaderboard.
Feel the excitement of a real, live goldrush in this classic game that has been redone for 2019. Players mine gold nuggets and aim for high scores through thirty levels. They can also unlock new challenges and unique characters.
The game offers a friendly and intuitive interface, and the opportunity to dominate the worldwide leader board. Add a bit of random excitement when you get to spin the lucky wheel! The game is free with in-app purchases to enhance game play from ninety-nine cents to $99.99.
This endearing frog can have tons of adventures with your help. He’s on a mission to become a prince, and his quest takes him from his home pond all the way into outer space. Over 25 games will keep users entertained, and the app is set up for multiplayer fun.
Tap your way to a higher rank than your friends in this fast-paced and fun game. It’s won more than a few awards, and the developers claim over 50 million users. Give it a try! It costs $1.99 to download, and includes in-app purchases to remove ads for ninety-nine cents or add game enhancements for up to $19.99.